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Sep 3, 2012 7:00am PDT
carl quintanilla. matt and savannah have the day off. the kickoff for the presidential race. >> the republicans had their moment last week, now it's the democrats' turn. what do they have planned for their convention in charlotte this week? what message does the president need to deliver to reconnect with the voters on thursday night? we'll talk about that with a top ranking member of his campaign straight ahead. >> firefighters are hoping cooler weather will help in their fight against a dangerous wildfire that forced thousands of labor day campers to evacuate. the smoke so thick, it can be seen from los angeles more than 30 miles away. details coming up. >>> live to london where prince harry is scheduled to make his first public appearance since the now infamous party pictures in las vegas showed up online. >>> and later we'll go outside to join the holiday crowd on the plaza for matchbox twenty. >> their first album in 10 years. it's good to see they are back and will be here performing for us. >>> we do want to begin now with the presidential race. chuck todd is nbc's political
Sep 22, 2012 5:00am PDT
them for stopping by. i'm carl quintanilla alongside jenna wolf. lester is on assignment. coming up, justin bieber's mom is here. >> yep. her son is one of the world's top pop stars, but who's the woman who raised him? she joins us to talk about it and how she's overcome major challenges in her life. >>> ways to save money and make some, too, by going to consignment shops. you might be surprised to see what you can get for less than $50 in some of these stores. >>> and later, we're going to look at celebrities and money. why do some stars and pro athletes like vince young earn so much and then lose so much, if not all of it? it's an interesting concept. we'll dive into that. >>> we'll begin with a story that's worth its weight in gold literally. it's about a man who lived a quiet life in nevada. when he died, he left behind quite a surprise. nbc's diana avilar has the story. >> reporter: to at least one neighbor, walter seemed like an average guy living in a modest house. >> he'd come out in the yard and wave once in a while, but that's as socialable as he got. >> reporter: turns ou
Sep 23, 2012 6:00am PDT
morning. i'm jenna wolfe. >> and i'm carl quintanilla. we told you on saturday lester was on assignment. now we can reveal where he is, afghanistan. it has been nearly 11 years since the war began there and just last week the announcement came the surge is over. did it work? where does that nation go from here? we're going to check in with lester in just a moment. >> plus, we're going to have much more on that bounty placed on the head of the man accused of making that anti-islam film that set off protests worldwide. >>> then, a sweet 16 party gone terribly wrong when thousands of partiers showed up for a big bash. you will not believe how it happened. >> a crazy story. you have to be careful with facebook these days. you post to one friend and post to every single person i've ever met in my life. >> 30,000 rsvps. >> a very thin line. >>> then brat packer andrew mccarthy will drop by. he started some of the most popular films of the '80s like "pretty in pink" and "st. elmo's fire." he's going to talk about the amazing journey he has had since then. a big fan? >> huge, huge. d
Sep 20, 2012 4:00am PDT
hamilton for the league lead. no one has hit for the triple crown since carl yastrzemski in 1967. tigers won it 6-2. they're within two games of the white sox. >>> washington, d.c., nationals took the first of their double header with the dodgers. game two, the nats came back from a 6-0 deficit. scored six in the eighth to tie things up. but matt kemp kept the dodgers afloat. a solo homer in the ninth. dodgers win it 7-6. they're two back in the wild card. >>> finally to soccer. u.s. women's coach pia sundhage, her final game leading the red, white and blue. the ladies sent their coach out in style. 63rd minute. healthier mitts to alex morgan, header into the net. americans showing off on their gold medal victory tour, beat australia 6-2. quite the farewell for the coach sundhage. now she's going home to coach the swedish national team. >>> that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> a famous former couple is said to reunite and the international superstar who can do no wrong receives greetings from the stork. your early-morning entertainment headlines are str
Sep 20, 2012 4:30am EDT
carl yastrzemski in 1967. tigers are within the white sox. >>> game two, the nats came back from a 6-0 deficit. scored six in the eighth to tie things up. matt kemp kept it out. a solo homer in the ninth. dodgers win it 7-6. they're ahead by two. >>> the ladies sent their coach out in style. 63rd minute. have their mitts to alex morgan. header into the net. americans showing off on their gold medal victory tour, beat australia 6-2. quite the farewell for the coach. now she's going home to coach the swedish national team. >>> that's an early look at your sports on "early today." >>> a famous couple is said to reunite and an international superstar who is said to do no wrong has a greeting from the stork. >>> plus, what would it take for to you jump in the water and go at it with one of these guys? a florida senior citizen did it and we're going to tell you why. you're watching "early today." >>> things are pretty quiet all across the country. we do have some rain moving into eastern michigan but we actually have frost and freeze advisories in northern new england where temperatures have
Sep 19, 2012 5:00am PDT
decision at the right time. >> all right, carl, thank you very much. guys, i need one of these things at home for my lawn. it does everything. look at this. it picks the fruit right off the vine leaving the stem. amazing. >> like a floby. >> it is. >> dirt devil at its finest. >> thanks, that's really cool to see out there. we'll keep checking with you. kind of loud as well. it is 5:14 right now. the new iphone rolling in. scott mcgrew, big thumbs up? >> yeah, david at the times, both very impressed by how light and thin the phone is and how darn fast it is. not the chip, though that is faster, but the connection. one review guessing the connection on the new iphone ten times faster than old phones. generally faster than your own home internet. pog says the iphone is well on its way to becoming a bookmark. mossburg says it is the best smart phone on the planet. now, something to think about. a blogger points out this morning, if your entire family wants to upgrade but some of your cell phone contractes are not yet qualified for an upgrade, instead paying full price to replace the phones,
Sep 6, 2012 6:00am EDT
from using a specific app or website? >> carl tells us what we offer from a lot of folks. we will post more answers on our website, >> we have a couple of accidents including the one in darlington. a fatal crash. route 1 is closed. take 95 as your alternate. mountain road and 100, a crash in pasadena. this is wilkins avenue. delays in place from 795 all the way down. this is 95 moving down from the northeast. >> a lot of orioles fans going to the game tonight against the yankees. >> there will be baseball tonight. 30% chance for some rain showers. high temperature of 88. it will be warm and muggy but there will be baseball. >> the numbers are ran for the past months casino revenues and there is some call for concern. >> who is hungry? >> those stories and the latest traffic and with the bank of dates when you join us on comcast channel 208, verizon fios 460, and 11-2.. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will be back with a live update at 7:25. >> have a good one. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're
Sep 19, 2012 6:00am PDT
anybody asks me, i say, ask me at thanksgiving and i'll know more. >> all right, carl, thanks for hanging out with us. we're going to sample some of this juice. we'll try that maybe within the next half hour or so. or i can just jump in right now. your choice. >> i vote for jumping in. >> i like to see that little nose plug or something. >> morning fog. all right. 6:27. still ahead, peeved over pizza pizza. the pizza chain taking its slice from your credit card months after you ordered your foot food. >> nobody could hear her scream. a bay area woman wakes up to find four strangers just ransacking her bedroom. the victim opens up about the attack that's left her feeling terrified in her own home. >>> a live report on the fast-moving fire that ripped through units, injuring a firefighter early this morning. >> the overnight chase that started with an attempted kidnapping and ends up with a suspect and officer in the hospital. >> and overdrawn. over an order of pizza. the pizza chain that's charging some customers hundreds. for food they ordered months ago. >> and compliments of precise tim
Sep 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> and my father calypso junior. joshua aron richard avery aronow japhet jesse aryee carl asaro michael asciak michael edward asher janice marie ashley thomas j. ashton manuel o. asitimbay gregg arthur atlas gerald t. atwood james audiffred louis frank aversano, jr. ezra aviles sandy ayala arlene t. babakitis eustace p. bacchus john j. badagliacca jane ellen baeszler robert j. baierwalter andrew j. bailey brett t. bailey tatyana bakalinskaya michael s. baksh sharon m. balkcom michael andrew bane katherine bantis and my uncle, all this punishes that my brother missed meeting by 10 days. even though i didn't get to meet him, i really feel like i know him because my family talks about him a lot. he was a happy, fun loving, caring, proud american. who loves sailing, and skiing just like i do. i think them every time i see 9/11. we miss you and love you always. >> and my uncle john list and my aunt, so the snp are so. gerard baptiste walter baran gerard a. barbara paul vincent barbaro james william barbella ivan kyrillos f. barbosa victor daniel barbosa colleen ann barkow matthew bar
Sep 4, 2012 8:00am EDT
. particularly carl johnson from the cdc. >> yeah. >> and you found african colleagues to collaborate with and fellow belgians, particularly some who came a little bit later after you'd been there a while. tell me about what you learned in '76 that guided you forward about international cooperation. >> yeah. one, i discovered that where i came from the media had both financially and technically were far inferior to what was available here in the u.s. and whereas i recemented that, we had ice -- resented that. we had isolated the virus for the first time, and the folks from cdc came and said we're taking over, and so i resented that. that's absolutely true. and then i saw i could learn so much. and someone like joe bremmen who elucidated me in epidemiology, and i'm really still grateful for him. it was not only the u.s., but there were -- it's like in some of these jokes. i mean, there was a frenchman and a south african and a brit and a belgian and an american and then some congolese in a plane, and what happened? what do you do? the power of coming up from different perspectives, i f
Sep 21, 2012 6:00am EDT
. in fact, i was just working it this weekend. and i would've never made. carl smith probably neither one of us would have made it. but here's the average sat score for a college graduate applying for the marine corps. sat score is 1250, 3.22 gpa. no felonies. i mean none of that kind of stuff. no nasty tattoos that are visible, which is difficult in today's society. and you are heavily involved in sports and heavily involved in extracurricular activity. so 3.2 to gpa -- i sat score of 1250, just to make the cut. and then you sit around and start talking about okay then, i mean, i've looked at a record this weekend that had an sat score of 1550. i didn't even know it went that high. that's twice as high as carl smith and mind. so now if you said i want to be a young enlisted marine, i don't want to go through that sat and college and stuff, eight months. you sign up today, if you walk, go to the recruiter downtown washington, d.c. and you sign up, assuming you are morally, physically and everything else qualified, then you're looking to sit in will recall -- because we don't have room
Sep 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
, approached in 1996, the person originally scheduled to ride that was carl sagan. he had been asked to contribute a chapter on cosmic discovery to that volume. he died in 1996. my name was put up as one who would then write in his stead. that is pretty much what i could pump out in the month. this chapter was asked to be 10,000 words. so i was almost declining. then i said no, maybe i can do something different, little a little bit more creative. and i thought, okay, why not think of discovery, not in the 20th century, not even in terms of a discovery of objects and places, but the discovery of ideas. and i would track the transition from the discovery of places going up to the errol of the great explorers once you have mapped the whole earth, what is left there for you to discover. philosophically, what is left once you know that the whole earth is there. then you have new ideas and they take you to space. and i thought to myself at the time, you know, i really want to go to mars. with people. it is an uncommon vi among my colleagues, my astrophysics colleagues, by and large, maybe th
Sep 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
instead of george of the bush, carl rove, john mccain. let's reach out to hispanics and make immigration reform something beefier. a party where mitt romney now embodies the party. he promised to veto. he is on a radical policy prescription. the idea of making life so miserable year that immigrants are literally purge from the country. so this looks to the right has hit badly with hispanics. that means as you point out in your paper the southwest is out of reach with of, in large part because of this. they pulled out of the mexico. they have a shot in common and nevada. the hispanic and strategy, their on the strategy has been let's talk about the economy. the cuban americans in poor regions and help that we can peel off enough of them because maybe that will be that trick. the problem is that even in florida of the hispanic election as chased by significantly. the fastest growing group of the non cuban on prairie can let american immigrants for whom emigration is a defining issue . roughly one-third. and so i suspect that he is going to have a hard time winning florida in pa
Sep 17, 2012 8:00pm EDT
wall street journal and online. thanks for being with us. next is carol. -- carl. caller: these focus groups seem to be educated people. they are fools. >> why is the? >> i live in illinois. we are not even getting campaign commercials. they live in virginia. they are getting bombarded. i do not get it. every commercial is a political commercial. have biasesese people they have failed to recognize, and that is why they have failed to make decisions. i heard this one guy say, i believe in trickle-down economics. trickle-down does not work. likes our next call is from -- >> our next call is from iowa. it is another battleground states. caller: i was originally from debute. i lost my job. >> what was your job is? >> it was a printing company. under obamacare, they closed. we had to read about it in the paper. jobs in iowa, he promised us health care. i lost my job. my husband died of three months of cancer. we have no insurance. we have nothing, so where is the health care he promised us four years. people need to wake up and. >> who are you voting for? >> i am voting for mitt romn
Sep 19, 2012 4:30am EDT
theater in los angeles in january. the show will air live on cbs. carl urban and olivia theraby are promoting their new action flick. >> i want him dead. >> reporter: she plays a rookie crime fighter. the costume included headgear so audiences never see the entire face on screen. >> yeah, that was a huge challenge, you know, how to communicate with the audience without the use of your eyes. >> it was hard to learn. kind of requires a level of full body coordination that doesn't come naturally to me. >> reporter: dread 3-d opens on friday. james and sarah were in new york for the world premiere of their new drama backwards. it's about a woman who is reunited with her ex-boyfriend after she fails to make the olympic rowing team. that's your eye on entertainment, teresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. >>> you're missing so much. good morning. thank you for watching 9 news now at 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >> little river kind of wheeling around. i'm mike hydeck. welcome to wednesday. it's wednesday, right? >> whacky wednesday. >> good morning, monika. >> good morning. >> how is traffic
Sep 21, 2012 5:00am EDT
remember sylvester stallone starred in the 19995 movie "judge dredd." this time it stars carl urban as a futuristic law enforcer behind the mask. dread takes down a drug dealing gang. >>> and now our entertainment insider denise fuentes joins us with the reviews. first up "the watch." >> exciting. yes. this is from the same writer who brought us "fast and furious" and "training day." >> why is it unusual though? >> it's shot -- i mean he doesn't waste one second conveying the excitement of what it's like. remember when you walked in shows like this the car chases? and there's a helicopter and the camera is looking down. this is from the inside out. the camera is inside the cop car and you really get a sense of the dangerous of what it's like to be in lapd covering east l. a. and basically trying to arrest somebody. it is exciting. it is violent. and it's sharp and it's well -- it's extremely well abouted and it looks like a valentine to the lapd. >> these two cops and the actors they work well together in the movie don't they? >> they work very well together. basically bringing that out.
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